Jon D'Agostino

Jon D'Agostino

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Country - Contemporary | United States
Total Song Plays: 5,826   
Member Since: 2011
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THE FARMER (Jon D'Agostino, Jamie Nattier)

Somewhere down a dirt road
Darkness rolls into the dawn
As a man climbs on his tractor
To face his rows of corn
He's got blisters on his blisters
He's got deadlines on his back
Wipes those hay stems from his whiskers
Tugs his John Deere baseball cap and says

I'm a farmer
I plant seeds and pray for rain
And I'll do anything I can to survive
Yeah I'm a farmer, like my daddy was before
I break my back but thank the Lord I'm getting by
And when I'm caught in a drought I try harder
I'm a farmer

Somewhere in a city
Sunshine wakes the morning frost
As a man sipping hot coffee
Climbs boards a midtown bus
With a briefcase and a cell phone
He's prepared to face the day
Knocks on doors and makes those cold calls
It's a game he's got to play and he says


It don't matter where you're born and raised
Which god you love or flag you wave
If you wake up and walk the walk each day,
In my book you've earned the right to say


Song Length
Country - Contemporary, Country - Traditional
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Similar Artist
Tim Mcgraw
2000 and later